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Repairing FujiFilm FinePix A340 LCD Screen 



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Repairing FujiFilm FinePix A340 LCD Screen 



Tools used in this guide 

• Phillips #0 Screwdriver 

• Spudger 

• Tri-wing Screwdriver #0 




Step 1 - disassembly Outer Case 

• Remove batteries from camera to prevent danger of 
shock. 



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Step 2 

• Locate all five screws on the Fujifilm camera. If your 
screwdriver fits properly, proceed to remove all screws. 




Step 3 

• Beware, if your screwdriver does not fit 
properly, you may round out the screws' 
heads. 



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• If your screwdriver does not fit, or you do not have the 
proper one, you can use a hot glue gun to fix the 
screwdriver to the head of the screw. Wait for it to 
harden slightly, and then try to remove the screws. 



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Step 4 

• Remove outer case. Pull the back away from the main 
body of the camera. 




Step 5 - LCD Screen 

• Locate the LCD screen and anchoring screw. 

• Remove screw. 



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Step 6 

• Carefully pull the LCD screen away from the board it is 
connected to. 




Step 7 

• Push both blue switches away from the holding device 
to unleach led ribbon. 



• Be careful when removing ribbon. If you 
damage it, you will need to replace it as well. 



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Steps 

• Carefully detach the ribbon from where it was 
connected by the blue pins. 



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Step 9 

• Now that everything has been disconnected from the 
board, remove LCD screen. 



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